Lauren Conrad has definitely had a charmed life thus far. While in high school, she took part in the MTV reality series Laguna Beach. Then she gets her very own spin-off called The Hills, a job at Teen Vogue, and her own fashion line. But that's not all. If you keep an eye on the New York Times' bestseller list, you've seen that she's also a bestselling author. Oh, but the luck doesn't stop there.

Variety reports that Temple Hill Entertainment nabbed the rights to L.A. Candy -- Conrad's debut novel that's spent 14 weeks on the NYT list. Heavily influenced by Conrad's own experiences, the book follows a young woman named Jane Roberts who moves to Hollywood, joins a reality show, finds fame, "and then has to deal with the ramifications of living a fishbowl life." It's also said to be the first of three, so hello sequel potential.

Conrad isn't adding "screenwriter" to her ever-growing resume quite yet, but it seems she did charm the Temple Hill peeps with "a structure of how to tell the story in an interesting fashion that was separate and apart from the book." Who knows what that means. A faux reality show vibe to a big-screen feature perhaps? Whatever the case, the girl seems to be unstoppable.
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